YMMV / Princess Chroma

  • Growing the Beard: Chapter Four is where the story really takes off, as all the characters are in play and the narrative is ready to tackle longer stories with a wider array of moods.
  • Lawful Good: The original Chroma was a kind character who saw no reason to disobey the rules, in sharp contrast with June's more abrasive demeanor.
  • Magnificent Bastard: Brunswick's schemes, while far from nice, make perfect sense pragmatically and politically.
  • Moe: Unquestionably for the original Princess Chroma. She's so adorable you can see why Leopold would rush in to protect her.
  • Squick: When June plunges her fists into the banana monster in Chapter 4, she is covered with yellow mush— and the fantastical biology doesn't disconnect the reader from the fact that June's basically covered in the blood and viscera of her enemy.
  • Visual Effects of Awesome: The artist's use of color, both the full spectrum and the grayscale pages (and especially when the two are contrasted).
  • The Woobie: Spiders a.k.a. Leopold, especially after his past is revealed. he promised to protect the original Chroma but ultimately failed to stop her death, and he's devoted himself to her successor to honor his previous charge's memory. However, his rabbit form renders him physically helpless and incapable of protecting June, as well as making him even more adorable (and thus more Woobieish).